Queer Werewolves

Breathe Deeply

book      fiction

  • Breathe Deeply
  • Author: Don Bassingthwaite
  • Publisher: White Wolf Publishing
  • Year: 1995
  • Country: US
  • 293 pages
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A 'world of darkness' novel. When his tribe is slowly decimated by a mysterious epidemic known only as the 'Snow Plague', Peter Ward, Glass Walker Garou from Toronto, embarks on a desperate search for the cure.

Qvamp says:

This is a queer 'World of Darkness' novel. It is a wonderful, very sensitive portrayal of two gay werewolves in love and the interesting prejudice that they must face.

Rating B
Queer Vampire Rating A
Amount of Gay Content same-sex relationship


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By: HealingHandsSD ( healinghandssd@aol.com )
Overall Rating: A     Queer werewolf Rating: A    

The general rating is simply due to the fact that the author juggled several story lines flawlessly. The book is very well written, interesting and easy to understand. You do NOT have to be a White Wolf Gamer to enjoy this book or understand the various werewolf tribes, as they are explained without going into LONG detail.

The love affair between the two Garou (werewolves) is handled wonderfully, without being over-the-top or heavy handed, but showing a normal loving relationship forced to hide because of the bigotry and misunderstanding of the greater society.



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